Black Diamond First Strike

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Black Diamond's First Strike page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The Black Diamond First Strike Junior trekking poles combine double FlickLock adjustability, comfortable rubber grips and great value in an easy-to-use size that's perfect for kids and short adults.

- REI

Hit the trail at any time of year, and bring your kids along too! Black Diamonds four-season First Strike Trekking Poles feature a two-section FlickLock adjustable construction that allows the poles to grow along with your kiddos from 22 to 43 meaning theyre perfect for all of your little guys. Plus, they collapse to an easy-to-transport 26 for simple storage in the car or a pack. Rubber grips with adjustable nylon webbed straps ensure a solid hold for small hands. Steel safety tips, low-profile trekking baskets and winter freeride baskets. Per pair. Usable length: 26-43. Wt: 13.9 oz./pair. Color: Black. Type: Trekking Poles.

- Cabela's

A 4-season, full-featured adjustable kids' pole, the Black Diamond First Strike Trekking Pole features a FlickLock adjustment that allows the pole to grow with its owner or as the terrain dictates.

- Mountain Gear

Black Diamond designed its Kids' First Strike Trekking Pole primarily for trekking, but your young adventurer can also use it for ski sessions. Its aluminum shaft makes the pole incredibly lightweight so your little trekker doesn't feel weighed down near the end of the hike. The foam grip adds a bit of insulation to help warm your kid's hand up in winter, and its 360 padded webbing strap makes each pole specific to his or her left and right hands. One FlickLock clamp adjusts the pole for easy transport and for steep uphill and downhill hikes, and the Tech Tips are interchangeable with rubber or carbide tips depending on the terrain your little traveler is exploring.

- Backcountry.com